Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ceres Power Holdings Plc LSE:CWR London Ordinary Share GB00BG5KQW09 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  50.00 5.95% 890.00 687,690 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
885.00 887.00 889.00 840.00 848.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 15.30 -7.37 -3.43 1,520
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:54:02 O 2,055 890.00 GBX

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Ceres Power Daily Update: Ceres Power Holdings Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CWR. The last closing price for Ceres Power was 840p.
Ceres Power Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 732p and a 12 week average price of 488p.
The 1 year high share price is 903p while the 1 year low share price is currently 222p.
There are currently 170,815,442 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 563,668 shares. The market capitalisation of Ceres Power Holdings Plc is £1,520,257,433.80.
soundsplausible: Hi folks, I have watched this one for many years but in the last 18 months this has fallen off my radar. I got quite a surprise the other day when I saw the share price, as this was for many years sitting in the doldrums - a jam tomorrow which never came type of company. This one has been motoring quite a bit in the last 12 months. Now my questions..... Apart for the booming share price, I am still trying to fathom what is going to be the turnabout moment for Ceres? When will there be a product on the shelf that will be mainstream and people/companyies will be able to buy it? When do they move away from being an R&D company with potential to one delivering a product(s) and profits year on year?
nivison: the value of the co stays the same when you do a 1 for 10 consolidation. The share price does not - it leaps by a factor of 10- thats kind of the whole point. This isn't shown on the chart. what you need to show is a chart showing the historic market cap of the company going back to 2004. Then you will get a like for like chart year on year irrespective of share consolidations, share splits, dilutions and so forth.
colsmith: Skinny thanks didn't realise the share price back then. Interesting how some companies have huge valuations - take TESLA at 460Bn. I guess it's the possibilities that drive the price and AMAZON over 1500Bn.
zeppo: Skinny drew our attention to Cummins' recent news: 'Cummins Takes Leadership Role in Promising Fuel Cell Technology: Receives Federal Grants to Advance Solid Oxide Fuel Cells.' Cummins and CWR both use ceramic coatings on steel fuel cells. It is disappointing that in their Interim Report CWR state that they will not continue to work with Cummins on future projects: 'We continue to make good progress with other partners including continuing our collaboration with Honda and will provide further updates as they progress. We are also close to successfully completing our joint development with Cummins and the US DoE of a 10 kW SOFC power system which is undergoing final testing in the USA. However, there are no plans for further collaboration with Cummins at this time.' Hopefully there will be some income from the completed 10kw SOFC USA power system, and that CWR's IP on their ceramic coatings has not been compromised. Bosch and Weichai have important share ownerships in CWR. Cummins did not invest in the same way.
3rd eye: Upbeat broker recommendations for Ceres Power Holdings Wed 7:43am by Michael Green The Ceres Power Holdings (LON:CWR) share price has risen by 3.04% over the past month and it’s currently trading at 576. For investors considering whether to buy, hold or sell the stock, the question now is whether this price run will continue. According to the company’s analysts, there are certainly reasons to think it will continue to perform well in the year ahead. In terms of trading recommendations, Ceres Power Holdings currently has: 4 Buy recommendations 0 Hold recommendations 0 Sell recommendations This suggests that analysts are generally positive about the outlook.
cerrito: A crude measurement of the high profile that the future of hydrogen has at the moment is that at the Conservative Party conference there are 4 fringe events on the hydrogen future- Bamford at Ryse is involved in 2 but noone from CWR,AFC or ITM- though would have been surprised if these companies had someone speaking. Time will tell how all of this will impact on the share price of CWR, AFC and ITM.
scrutable: The hydrogen speculation seems to be led/mirrored by the share price for ITM. IMO ITM is very overpriced because the operating margins have been so low, and the order book goes from one impressive one-off to another first application of its kind,. So there is no sales volume scaling up, yet, of hydrolysis plants of any one specification. That may be about to come under the influence of Linde in the joint venture. The CWR share price has been in lock step with ITM and seems to have fallen by a similar percentage on each retracement of ITM. I rely on Bosch global marketing strength. Ceres has a behemoth as partner. CWR will prosper from very high margin Bosch royalties. I don't expect them to have a significant cost of sales to support the cash stream to come, though it's only coming from a pilot line pro tem. SOFC seems to be more robust and the steel cell easier and cheaper to manufacture, in these ways superior to PEM (but I don't know enough about the relative merits of each) CWR has been visible to its supporters for more than ten years as one of the greatest industrial hopes in the UK. The growth is now clearly exponential as the five existing licencees launch their SOFC products at their own expense. This surge bodes to be be even greater as additional licencees are inevitably signed up.
nivison: I have held this share for many years and add on the dips. Haven't sold a single one yet, even when it dipped in March. (what an opportunity!) Its a long term hold for me. I do have an exit target and we have been nowhere near it yet, even at the recent highs of over £6.50. I'll see where this little retrace takes us and might add some more. The products in which this technology will be embedded will take a while to come to market but of course the share price will be ahead of that particular curve. At the moment its a solid, evolving business operating in an exciting sector with no debt and £100 million in the bank. I put the recent share price fallback down to the perception of the Chinese connection. I think that the positive nature of the German connection via Bosch balances that out.
1knocker: The reason for the share price fall is that it was, and still is, too high! This company has great potential, in a field into which governments around the world are preparing to pour money, but it remains uncertain whether hydrogen will be a real winner, and even if it is, whether Ceres technology will win out. Gold in the ground (even if you are certain it is thee) is not worth the price of gold in your pocket. What is the 'right' price for Ceres? Ultimately, it is what you can sell Ceres shares for. You can look up that price for a sale today. What will that price be in 12 months time? No one knows, but as an investor you need to be confident that there is a high chance that it will be well above today's price to justify spending your hard earned spondulicks on Ceres shares rather than, say, Krugerrands which may be worth more or less than they will cost you today but will still have a value as long as you care to keep them. Hope should only be bought at a price which is discounted for time and risk.
brimach2: Duckyls, re your….. "On the other hand it’s not as if Ceres was in was, and still is, all about the future and the potential of its technology"…...Well, when taking into account the exaggerated share price of £5+ that Ceres got ramped too, that “potentialR21; you refer too was already, at that point, well over done and baked in to that inflated share price....several times over. I’ll take this opportunity to repeat my previous post to bring some facts and dose of reality to this topic. In general,share prices and company valuations throughout the hydrogen sector are elevated beyond belief. They are now returning to earth with a bump. And yes, that includes Ballard, Powercell and other companies I’ve mentioned in these posts. Company values were sky high across the board even in the face of the fact that after a decade+ in fuel cell development almost all the fuel cell manufacturers out there have never posted a profit…ever. It is a consequence of these extended company valuations throughout this whole sector that, irrespective of the Corona virus affect on the market,a correction was inevitable. Ceres has taken 16+years to get to where it is today but that has been achieved on the back of its shareholders who bore a heavy toll along the way. Look at Ceres’s history. During the first hydrogen bubble around 2000/1, with all the hype surrounding that at the time, Ceres’s shares rose to an astronomical value, somewhere in the region of £165 a share, only to fall to a tenth of that within two years when it became obvious that there wasn’t going to be any uptake of this new ‘hydrogen thing’. Ceres spent many torrid years after that in the doldrums until 2009 when it raised £31 million in a discounted placing. Nine years later it raised a further £77 million (in 2018), in another big placing and followed this with a 10:1 share consolidation. Now, I have no idea how many years ago Ben made the remark you quoted….i.e. ‘this will struggle to get to 15p' but taking that consolidation into account the share price today is just 38.7p in old money. That aside, the cash that Ceres’s currently has in the bank is there only because of these cash calls and on the back of shareholder dilution, not from any profits it has ever made. For it has never made a profit. And yet, Ceres’s market cap peaked earlier this month at a startling c.£785 million (sp of £5+ per share) on a last reported revenue of just £16 Million. That is a nose-bleeding multiple of 50 times revenue, and that’s against a reported loss of £8 million in the same period. As I said earlier, I don’t expect any lightbulb moments to come out of the results leading up to December 2019 when they are released on the 16th March. Perhaps another reason management sold while they had such a favourable window of opportunity. Set against the markets Ceres trades in, it is likely that ahead of those results being announced, people should prepare for the probability that they will be accompanied with a revenue impact statement and a contingency adjustment for the affects of the Corona virus on the business, lowering revenue expectations for this Qtr (to end March) and in all probability the next Qtr as well (to end of June). Alarm bell’s were ringing aloud for shareholders (or should have been) when on the 7th Feb all of the top management....CEO, CFO, COO, CCO, and CTO sold every one of their exchangeable options at c. £4. Five top management all sold together, that was telling.
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